When someone discloses experiencing sexual, domestic or family violence, your response is critical to their recovery and decisions about what to do next.
Making a disclosure of violence is challenging but you can support someone by referring them on to appropriate services.
This program supports individuals to form a framework to provide a compassionate and supportive response to survivors of trauma.
Open the door to referral pathways and support services
Full Stop Australia’s Responding with Compassion e-learning course is designed to assist anyone who may receive disclosures of trauma. The program supports individuals to form a framework to provide a compassionate and supportive response to survivors of trauma.
This interactive online workshop will provide individuals with:
- A deeper understanding of sexual and domestic violence in Australia (through statistics and key definitions)
- Look at the myths and realities of this violence and understand how these act as barriers for reporting
- Understand the societal and individual impacts of sexual assault and domestic/family violence
- Learn how to support someone who has experienced violence by becoming a tell-able person
- Receive information about state-based support services and vicarious trauma
This program is self-directed. Participants can exit and resume their place at any time provided they resume using the same device.
A printable certificate of participation is provided upon successful completion and an evaluation report for organisations.
Enrolling as an individual:
Enrolling multiple users:
Use the form on the right side of your screen to inquire about enrolling multiple users.
|Duration||Enrollment duration||Appropriate for|
|45-60 minutes (approximately)||30 days||Anyone who is working with those who have experienced trauma|
Responding with Compassion (e-learning) is proudly funded by the Pinnacle Charitable Foundation.
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